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제주지역 골프장의 예지물 퇴비화 방안에 관한 연구

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Author(s)
함의수
Issued Date
2009
URI
http://dcoll.jejunu.ac.kr/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000000004794
Abstract
As of January 2009, the number of golf courses in Jeju Island reached 35(26 are under operation). The 2007 grass clippings volume totaled 3,392 tons, of which 3,232.1 tons (95.3%) were incinerated and 46.9 tons (1.5%) were utilized. Also, most of grass clippings in golf courses are found to be incinerated and disposed of.
- ⅰ - In this study, in line with the country's recent big policy, low carbon green growth, measures were examined to develop technologies for turning grass clippings from golf courses into compost as part of recycling wastes, with a view to developing stable, fine-quality organic resources, and fully utilizing them.
To turn golf course grass clippings incinerated into compost, a by-product fertilizer which is made from food garbage (70%) and sawdust (30%) by Jeju Garbage Treatment Center, was used. This by-product fertilizer was mixed with grass clippings with the same weight, which, before the test, then was made to undergo one month of compost making and maturing. The resulting grass clippings compost (tentative name) was utilized as the seeding. In addition, additive materials such as sawdust and coconut peat were used.
As a result of the test, for making aerobic grass clippings compost, the optimal ratio of materials was found to be 3∼4 : 1 : 0.5 for grass clippings, sawdust, and seeding, respectively, in terms of weight. If sawdust is difficult to supply, or the import price of coconut peat is low, coconut peat can be added to the materials.
The characteristics of agricultural chemical residues in the grass clippings compost were analyzed; the chemicals were prompted to be decomposed through the high-temperature and high humidity mature process, and thus small amounts of hexaconazole and azoxystrobin at 0.181mg/kg and 0.049mg/kg, respectively, were detected. But, other agricultural chemical components were not detected.
As such, when utilizing grass clippings compost to grow various crops, the hazards of residues of agricultural chemicals are thought to be insignificant. - ⅱ -
Alternative Title
A Study on the Composting of Grass Clippings from Golf Courses at Jeju Island
Affiliation
제주대학교 산업대학원
Department
산업대학원 건설환경공학과
Advisor
허목
Awarded Date
2009. 8
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ.서 론 1

Ⅱ.이론적 배경
1. 제주지역 골프장 현황 3
1.1 골프장 현황 및 분포 3
1.1.1 제주 지역 골프장 현황 5
1.1.2 제주 지역 골프장 분포 6
1.2 제주 지역 골프장의 농약사용현황 7
1.3 제주 지역 골프장 잔디의 종류 및 특성 11
2. 예지물의 퇴비화 기술 15
2.1 퇴비화의 목적 15
2.2 퇴비화의 효과 16
2.3 퇴비화에 관여하는 인자 18
2.4 퇴비화의 문제점 22
3. 예지물의 특성과 퇴비 공정규격 23
3.1 잔디 예지물 특성 및 문제점 23
3.2 퇴비의 품질 검사 24
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Ⅲ. 실험재료 및 방법 25
1. 퇴비화 재료 25
2. 퇴비화 실험장치 28
3. 퇴비화 실험조건 29
4. 퇴비화 실험 방법 29
5. 잔디예지물 퇴비의 잔류농약 분석방법 31

Ⅳ. 결과 및 고찰 33
1. 예지물 발생 현황 33
2. 예지물 처리 현황 34
3. 퇴비화 실험 결과 37
3.1 온도변화 37
3.2 무게변화 39
3.3 예지물 퇴비의 이화학적 물성변화 41
3.4 예지물 퇴비의 잔류농약 분석 결과 42

Ⅴ. 결론 43

참고문헌 45
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 산업대학원
Citation
함의수. (2009). 제주지역 골프장의 예지물 퇴비화 방안에 관한 연구
Type
Dissertation
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